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LOCAL COMMERCE
Bianchi Brandt & Hale add Wacholz, Scavio to law firm

Scottsdale-based Bianchi Brandt & Hale, a full-service law firm with an emphasis on the cannabis and hemp industries, recently announced the addition of paralegal Diana Johnson Wacholz and senior attorney Nicholas J. Scavio.

Plexus uses social media fundraiser to aid Australian fire victims

SCOTTSDALE NEWS

Q&A: Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips offers insights into General Plan update

As Scottsdale leaders ready the resident-outreach process in pursuit of placing a General Plan update before voters in November 2021, Independent Newsmedia sought the perspective of Councilman Guy …
ASK THE EDITOR

Ask the Editor: How do I obtain my legislator’s voting record?

On the Arizona State Legislature’s website, AZLeg.gov, there is a wealth of information ranging from upcoming calendars, information about the state senate and house leaders and a system to …
Traffic Report

Marathon brings closures to Scottsdale road

The Rock ‘N’ Roll Arizona Marathon race will bring in a host of road closures along with Scottsdale’s typical closures on Arizona Loop 101 and Hayden Road.

Sereno Canyon development notches replat approval at City Hall

A request to finalize a replat of Sereno Canyon Phase 2, seeking to create single-family homes within the larger residential community, has been approved by municipal leaders. On Jan. 14, …
SCOTTSDALE OPINION

Whitehead: Fiesta Ranch produces costs, up-zoning consequences if approved by Scottsdale

This Tuesday, the City Council will vote on a substantial up-zoning request in Scottsdale’s remote and rural area near Rio Verde. …

Maxwell: I intend to throw my hat into the ring for Scottsdale City Council candidacy

Hello. My name is Kevin Maxwell and it is my intention to run for Scottsdale City Council. Some see Scottsdale as two distinctive …

Shufelt: Arizona needs foster parents

The most recent semi-annual report issued by the Arizona Department of Child Safety indicated that there were 14,205 Arizona children …

Sturgeon: Why I am not running for Scottsdale City Council

I spent much of last year working on community issues, meeting leaders and citizens from all sectors of our city. The crown jewel …

Shapiro: More than ever, it pays to be optimistic

If American Revolutionary War hero Thomas Paine were alive today, he would certainly repeat his famous 1776 statement, “These are …
SCOTTSDALE EDUCATION
Scottsdale Neighbors

Members of the Piestewa Peak Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in Scottsdale teamed with therapy mini-horses from Tender Little Hearts Mini Tales and Equine Mini Therapy to visit over 40 residents at the Arizona State Veteran Home in central Phoenix.

Tara Deck moved to Scottsdale in 1958 and gained an appreciation for the Sonoran Desert from her grandmother, who lived on an Indian Reservation.
Nearly 150 years-combined service by three former City of Scottsdale council members was witnessed by The Rotary Club of Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Business

Brandl to begin orthopedic services at Scottsdale CORE Institute

The CORE Institute, an orthopedic practice, announced the addition of Stacy Brandl, DO to its expanding provider team, serving patients at The CORE Institute’s Gilbert, Mesa and Scottsdale clinics.

Platinum Living Realty agents donate more than $8K to PCH

Platinum Living Realty has announced that its agents collectively donated $8,015 in 2019 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Scottsdale-based SVG to unveil new virtual reality technology at conference

Storm Ventures Group --- a veteran-owned business based in Scottsdale ---  will hold the “Win The Storm Conference” on Feb. 20-22 at the Phoenix Convention Center where more than 3,000 attendees are expected.

MLB pitcher’s Scottsdale estate sells for $1.85M

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty recently represented the buyer and seller for the sale of Major League Baseball pitcher Jorge de la Rosa’s Scottsdale home.

Optima has more than 55 percent sold at 7180 Optima Kierland

Optima continues to outpace the Arizona luxury condominium market in sales velocity by eight times the average as the Scottsdale-based developer has surpassed 55 percent sold at 7180 Optima Kierland.
Scottsdale Entertainment
French Designer Jeweler will welcome Barbara Heinrich Thursday, Jan. 30 as part of the weekly Thursday ArtWalk in Old Town Scottsdale.

Heinrich returns to Scottsdale for weekly ArtWalk

French Designer Jeweler welcomes Master Goldsmith Barbara Heinrich Thursday, Jan. 30 in conjunction with the Scottsdale Gallery …
Jordan Spieth

Spieth, Smith join Waste Management Phoenix Open field

Tournament Chairman Tim Woods announced Thursday, Jan. 16 three-time major champion Jordan Spieth is the latest golfer to commit to …

Taliesin West outlines early events for 2020

When Frank Lloyd Wright established Taliesin West in 1938, the Scottsdale edifice was both his desert laboratory and a place of …
Scottsdale City Council will pump $30,000 into the upcoming Scottsdale Jazz Festival event, which will be April 4 at the Scottsdale Civic Center Mall.

Scottsdale Jazz Festival garners funding agreement

Jazz will continue to flow in Scottsdale thanks to City Council-approved funding resolution.

Phoenix Open Pro-Am: Larry Fitzgerald among celebs to compete in Scottsdale event

Arizona Cardinals all-time leading receiver Larry Fitzgerald, NFL Hall-Of-Famer Emmitt Smith, country music superstar Dierks Bentley …
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